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Android Gets a Siri-Fighter

Meet Robin, a natural language voice-activated navigator for Android that puts Siri on notice. [Read more]...

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9 Things a Microsoft Tablet Needs to Succeed

Today, Microsoft will—reportedly, hopefully—finally unleash its tablet on the world. But other than that it might possibly exist, not much is known about Redmond's iPad and/or Kindle Fire fighter. Since we don't know what it is, let's talk about what it should be. More »...

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Free Electrons Releases Android Training Materials

The folks at Free Electrons have announced the release of their Android training materials under the Creative Commons Attribution – Share Alike 3.0 license. "Our course targets engineers who need to develop embedded systems with Google Android, customizing Android to support specific hardware and product requirements." See the course agenda...

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Barnes and Noble Will Not Be Part of Today's Microsoft Announcement

Yesterday rumors emerged that Microsoft's anticipated tablet would be one developed in conjunction with Barnes and Noble. However Dow Jones reported that Barnes and Noble will not be part of today's event and then the Bookseller confirmed the news to Business Insider. Any new Microsoft product announced today will be...

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Sharp Teams Up With Design Company for new Feel UX Android Skin (Video)

While the western hemisphere hasn't (perhaps fortunately) gotten to experience Sharp's existing Android UI, it's announced that it'll be teaming up with design firm, Frog, to craft Feel UX, a new "highly personalized", "visually stunning" smartphone experience. It will land on Sharp's next wave of AQUOS smartphones this summer, and will presumably tie-in to Japan-centric features like 1seg TV and IR receivers. We're told that highlights will include photo browsing and widget functionality without unlocking...

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